Former Hertz Executive to Serve as Reservation Center V.P.

LOS ANGELES – Reservation Center, a subsidiary of travel services provider Onelink4travel Inc., has hired former Hertz executive James P. Day to serve as vice president of operations.

While at the Hertz Corp., Day was divisional vice president of operations. He managed the successful turnaround of Hertz’s $150 million New York region.

Reservation Center, a 30-year-old company, was recently acquired by Onelink4travel. Reservation Center operates a 24-hour call center providing outsourced travel-related sales and customer service to travel agencies on a worldwide basis.

"In addition to his general management skills, Jim's deep financial experience will assure a solid business foundation for future growth," said Fran Kiradjian, president and CEO of Reservation Center.

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